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Leicester will still be the underdogs, says Ranieri

MONACO Premier League champions Leicester City will be underdogs again next season and staying up remains the priority despite this year's fairytale success, manager Claudio Ranieri said on Tuesday.

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One streak over, Rosberg aims for another 2:42pm BST

MONACO One winning streak ended with a bang for Nico Rosberg in Spain but Monaco's tight, metal-fenced streets could see the continuation of another remarkable run for the Formula One championship leader on Sunday.

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Monaco could see record lap times - Mercedes' Lowe 23 May 2016

LONDON Formula One's showcase Monaco Grand Prix could see record lap times this weekend as a result of Pirelli introducing their new ultrasoft tyres, according to Mercedes technical head Paddy Lowe.

Ricciardo struggling to put Spain behind him 20 May 2016

LONDON Australian Daniel Ricciardo says he is still struggling to move on from the disappointment of losing last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, won by his 18-year-old Dutch team make Max Verstappen.

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Verstappen fastest in testing after race win 18 May 2016

Max Verstappen set the fastest time in testing in Barcelona on Wednesday, three days after he became Formula One's youngest race winner on his Red Bull debut.

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Rosberg says Spanish GP crash is history now 18 May 2016

Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg has drawn a line under his Spanish Grand Prix collision with Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton, saying their relationship will not be affected.

Mercedes bring in Wehrlein for second F1 test day 18 May 2016

Formula One world champions Mercedes made a surprise switch to their test arrangements on Wednesday, bringing in Manor driver Pascal Wehrlein for the second day in Barcelona instead of French youngster Esteban Ocon.

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Mercedes see no need to lean on Hamilton and Rosberg after collision 16 May 2016

LONDON Formula One world champions Mercedes will not rein in Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg after they collided and put each other out of Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, team boss Toto Wolff said.

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